Common Misconceptions About Applying To Gemography
Misconception: I need to speak fluent English.
We frequently offer job roles that require no fluency in English. Also we're happy to conduct interviews in either French or English.
Misconception: I need to have a master's degree in CS.
Most job roles we offer have no minimum requirements on degrees or education.
Misconception: I can't apply more than once.
Some of the best software engineers who got job offers at Gemography are second-time applicants. With that being said, we find that applicants reapplying are most successful when they've added at least 90 days of experience.
Misconception: I'm not familiar with the technologies mentioned in the job description
You're encouraged to apply even if you're not familiar with a framework or programming language listed in the job description. During interviews, we'll focus mostly on the technologies you're already familiar with.
Misconception: I’ll never get in.
Some of the best software engineers who got job offers at Gemography are second-time applicants. Also, the interview process itself can be a learning experience. Especially if you think of it as continuously evaluating your skills and getting outside your comfort zone.
Misconception: I'll be working as a freelancer
All job roles are full-time and come with an indefinite term contract (CDI), healthcare, and pension.